Since the 1990s, scholarship focusing on center-periphery relations has grown considerably. This scholarship is often identified with postcolonial theories of education and society. The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with this body of literature that addresses the way in which post-independent states are currently engaged in massive institutional transformations in light of globalization. Ultimately, we will explore the theoretical and methodological traditions foregrounded in postcolonial research and their implications for educational policy. See Course in Course Explorer

Credit Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit.

Upcoming Sections

Section Schedule Type CRN Dates Instructor Days Times Location Credit
ALecture-Discussion 649881/16/2018 - 5/2/2018McCarthy, CR12:00 PM - 02:50 PM382 Education Building4

Past Sections

Section Schedule Type Dates Instructor Days Times Location
ALecture-Discussion1/17/2017 - 5/3/2017McCarthy, CR12:00 PM - 02:50 PM382 Education Building